Lindsay-Tucker-Obituary

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Lindsay Tucker

GORDONSVILLE, Virginia

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The definition of fine in the Oxford Dictionary is 1. of high quality 2. excellent; of notable merit. Lindsay Tucker was indeed a fine man. Not only did he help us find a piece of land that we look forward to retiring to one day, he became a friend. We will cherish our memories of you Lindsay until we see you again.

Linsey was our neighbor across the street. He was a wonderful person. He will be missed in this town. Everywhere I went in town. I would meet up with him in different places when I was running errands. My prayers and condolences are with his friends and family.

Lindsay was a true gentleman and we will all miss him.

~The Staff at Elmwood at Sparks~

We extend our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the Tucker family. Lindsay was part of our 'Brown family' in Madison. He and our Dad worked together for the telephone company -where they
became the greatest of friends. Mom loved having Lindsay eat with us and he loved Mom's cooking ! Dad & Lindsay enjoyed many, many years together-sharing stories, laughs, good conversations and meals. In his quiet, unassuming ways,
Lindsay went about doing good-never wanting to take credit...

A bright light has moved from Earth to Heaven with the passing of Lindsay Tucker, a true gentleman. I remember when I was just starting out in real estate back in the 1980's and I wrote a real estate contract on a house in Montford but my listing had run out that day and it was technically not on the market, and Lindsay was going to list it. Instead he talked the owners into accepting my offer giving me both the listing and sales commissions. Those were tough times and that sale made a...

Lindsay was a fine and wonderful man. He was always there with a smile. Working next door to our pharmacy on Main Street, we'd see him several times each day. He'd always be talking to or greeting someone he knew. The staff of Orange Pharmacy will miss him every day. We have lost a good friend and neighbor. Our prayers and thoughts are with his family and friends. May God Bless Lindsay for he has blessed me and will be missed.

Our sincere sympathy to each of Lindsay's family members & friends. Lindsay was a "member" of our Madison family & we shall forever be grateful to him for all he did for my parents in the good times and in the not so good times. He was "there" for our dad when we couldn't be. And when my parents died-Lindsay put fresh flowers and greenery from his gardens on their graves. Thank you, LINDSAY TUCKER, for loving us and sharing your life with us-your kindnesses,...

Everette, Barbara and the rest of the Tucker family.
My condolences and sympathy go out to each and everyone of you on your loss of Lindsay. I shall miss seeing Lindsay at Homecoming Services at Walkers Church. I am sure that he will be sorely missed by everyone that knew him.

Lindsay was like a brother/son to the Madison Browns. He was one of a kind....or should I say one of kindness. Oh how we will miss him. He is now with his many, many friends, including John and Tucker Brown, maybe having some fried oysters and Kite ham. God Bless the Tucker Family.

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